The wheel barrow boy
Naps inside his mental toy
Taxi driver horn, it activates the motor park
And he struggles to grab a sack.
Weight on the barrow
Wheel he down the narrow
His muscular vein appear
Sweat and odor to bear.
Towing bare footed
Proud of a job many loathed
He dreams to own many barrows
While whistling down like sparrows.
Down the end of the road
He tries not to sound ever rude
“But my labor is worth much more!”
The goods are delivered, so he is ignored.
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Good expression of the value in all work.Very creatively spoken.